The Pike County Chamber is committed to being your partner and persevering together

| 01 Apr 2020 | 12:50

    To our membership, family and friends:

    Together, we are facing a truly unprecedented situation. The global coronavirus pandemic is affecting all of our families, our businesses, our communities, and our way of life. During this time, I wanted to reach out and update you on how we’re approaching the situation at the Pike County Chamber of Commerce.

    First and foremost, our hearts go out to anyone who's been impacted by the virus, either directly or indirectly. Our thoughts are especially with those who are sick, to whom we extend our heartfelt wishes for a full recovery. And we're truly inspired by the selfless healthcare workers who are on the front lines working tirelessly to care for people in need. We have made the decision to continue working for the Chamber but in a remote environment. With the recent upgrades in our technology and communications platforms things should move relatively smooth.

    While all of our businesses are in uncharted territory, as Americans we were built to handle moments like this, and this temporary curve ball will make us stronger than ever. Our membership was founded on core values -- trust, innovation, and compassion -- and our values are unwavering and will continue to guide everything we do.

    If you are aware of other opportunities for us to help others with our technology, please let me know at

    On behalf of Pike County Chamber of Commerce, I want to personally say we’re committed to being your partner and persevering together in all the days and months to come. As we go forward, we’ll be sure to keep you updated, and know that we always value your questions, ideas and feedback.

    Frank Segarra, President

    Pike County Chamber of Commerce